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Arsenal midfielder Jorginho reacts to ‘painful mistake’ in north London derby that gifted Spurs & Son Heung-min an equaliser in 2-2 thriller at Emirates Stadium


At Emirates Stadium, the Gunners took the lead twice against their bitter rivals Tottenham thanks to goals from Bukayo Saka, who first forced a Cristian Romero own goal before converting from the penalty spot. However, they were compelled to accept a share of the points in a thrilling 2-2 tie.


For Spurs, Son Heung-min also scored twice, with Jorginho assisting him on his second goal. Within seconds of Saka’s 12-yard goal, the Italy international lingered over the ball in the middle of the field, allowing James Maddison to pick his pocket and set up Son for a second equalizer.


Jorginho tweeted on Instagram about how his name was being chanted by supporters instead of being criticized, perhaps costing Arsenal two crucial points: “I made a difficult error today, but I was encouraged by how my teammates, coaches, staff, and you Arsenal supporters responded by rallying around me. Because you all deserve the greatest version of myself, it only serves to fuel my desire to strive more and harder. I appreciate all of the help from the Arsenal family.


With six wins and 14 points out of a possible 18 in the Premier League so far this season, Arsenal is still unbeaten. They will be back in action on Wednesday when they take on Brentford in the third round of the Carabao Cup.


‘Here we go’ – Fabrizio Romano says Spurs have agreed deal for new signing

Young central defender Luka Vuskovic has been acquired by Tottenham Hotspur, and Fabrizio Romano even gave the deal his “here we go” stamp of approval.

According to the Italian journalist, an agreement has been struck on both the player’s side and between Tottenham and Hajduk Split.When Vuskovic reaches 18 in 2025, he will sign with Spurs.

Luka Vuskovic to Tottenham – Here We Go

According to earlier rumors, Tottenham is prepared to spend up to £12 million for the player, which is a significant sum given that he is only 16 years old (Evening Standard).

Although Vuskovic has been linked to Chelsea, Liverpool, Newcastle, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, and AC Milan (Calciomercato), he is very well regarded in the world of football.

Spurs, however, have claimed victory in the race to sign the gifted young man, who is said to have instructed his club to avoid negotiations with anyone other than Spurs because he believes that would be the best move for him (Here We Go podcast).


This is possibly the most obvious sign yet that Tottenham’s approach to signing players is changing. They don’t hesitate to invest in players who are in demand right now, like James Maddison, but they also strongly supplement these with promising young players like Destiny Udogie, Pape Matar Sarr, and Alejo Veliz.

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